When using e.g.
rsync, I'd like to
tee its output such that I can both view the current progress live, and have a log for later. Using just piping
| tee logfile the logfile will contain many lines à la
0 files...<CR> 100 files...<CR> 200 files...<CR>
Where the carriage-return
<CR> is used to have the live output replace the current line. For the
stdout part of
tee this is exactly the desired behavior, but is there any way to have the logfile drop anything between a
<CR> and the last
<LF>? (I'm not asking for a
rsync specific answer, that's just the example!) Maybe some
sed-piping in between?